Art Academy of Latvia

The Art Academy of Latvia (hereinafter the Academy) was founded in 1919 by one of the first Latvian professional painters and the first rector of the Academy Vilhelms Purvītis (1872-1945). He favoured the development of Latvian art. A modernized tradition

Gallery Maksla XO

The Māksla XO gallery started out in 1999 with the opening of an exhibition space in the very heart of Riga’s Old Town in Konventa Sēta. On September, 2010, the “Maksla XO” gallery moved to Riga’s finest Art Nouveau area and open

Latvian National Museum of Art


Riga Art Space


Lithuanian Expatriate Art Foundation

Lithuanian Expatriate Art Foundation was established in 2010. Its purpose is to promote modern society values and ideals while creating a gallery for artwork created by the Lithuanian expatriate artists. Currently in Lithuania there is no permanent exhibition defining the

Rupert

Rupert is a centre for Art and Education devoted to establishing close cooperation between artists, thinkers, researchers, and other cultural actors through interdisciplinary programs and residencies. A knowledge-based platform for innovative creative production, Rupert integrates with the social and cultural

[six chairs] BOOKS


VMU Art Gallery „101“

Kaunas
Vytautas Magnus University Arts Gallery 101 is a space located in-between-academic context, with a goal to induce connecting practices of contemporary art by using different strategies: educational, visual, performative, experiential, research… The gallery presents creative work of Lithuanian and foreign

kim? Contemporary Art Centre

Riga
kim? Contemporary Art Centre resides in a red 19th-century brick warehouse located in a sometime degenerated area near the Riga Central Market. The name of kim? is no less than an abbreviation of an insistent question “what is art?” (“kas ir māksla?”

“NOASS” Floating Arts Centre